Getting involved

All Saints frequently runs a beginners or discipleship course in the Parish Centre for those starting out or exploring the Christian faith, and courses for those who want to explore Christian faith, including

Christianity Explored

and Alpha

If you would like to join one of these courses, please do contact us.

All Saints runs regular weekly home-groups in and around Wellington and also welcomes those new to the church with a ‘welcome meal and a meet the team’, usually held at the vicarage, drop us a line to find out when the next one is running.

There are many different ways of getting involved in our Church family life.  One very important way of being supported, making friends and learning more about the Christian faith is through becoming a member of a home group.  We encourage as many people as possible to join such a group.  For more information contact the Parish Office.

Here at All Saints we believe that everybody’s gifts and talents are given by God.  There are lots of ways you can get involved, for more information on current opportunities please have a look at the ‘Situations Vacant’ noticeboard at the back of Church.

A few of the activities going on regularly at All Saints:
IMG_0626Bellringing All Saints has a fledgeling bellringing team which practices regularly. They started ringing again on Sunday mornings in September 2010 and are still looking for more ringers.  For more details please contact Colin Jones via the Parish Office

Causeway Prospects This is a fortnightly meeting for adults with learning difficulties. We have a varied programme with appropriate worship, teaching and activities. For more information contact Terry Merchant via the office.  The Causeway Prospects national website can be found here.

Mothers Union: All Saints has its own branch of the Mothers Union with over 50 members of all ages who meet on Monday or Tuesday evenings or Saturday mornings.  Dates will be available here soon.  Mothers’ Union is a worldwide Christian organisation which supports marriage and family life.  For more information about the Mothers Union see their website

Oasis: Running from September to May, ‘Oasis’ is our monthly luncheon club for the over 60’s with worship and a speaker.  For more details about the next meeting  please contact the Parish Centre